- Filing an appeal for abatement of real estate taxes can seem like a daunting task if you are not familiar with the procedures involved. The Appellate Tax Board has created a handy guide to help you maneuver your way through the appeal process.
This guide will also serve as a reference tool for assessors defending their city's and town's assessments.
- The following documents are intended as an aid to Assessors and taxpayers in identifying the relevant dates and tax payment information necessary to establish the jurisdiction of the Appellate Tax Board over an appeal.
- Rules to be followed by taxpayers and taxing authorities engaged in litigation at the Appellate Tax Board, including information on jurisdiction, filing fees, and discovery.
- For formal appeals, when requested by the parties, the Appellate Tax Board will issue a written Findings of Fact and Report, which sets forth the facts as found by the Board and the legal conclusions for the Board's decision. This link provides access to the Findings of Fact and Reports promulgated from 2000 to date.
This link provides access to certain unpublished Decisions and Orders of the Appellate Tax Board.